Pinnacle of Existence

Dear Frankie,


I'm a 17 year old high school senior, and because of the Coronavirus school shut downs, I don't know if I'll be able to graduate on time. I['ve already gotten early acceptance at my top choice Ivy League school, but I still have to graduate. What will happen if school gets pushed back so far I can't go to college in the Fall?


Signed,

Nervous and Scared


Dear N&S,


The world is a scary place, and nothing is certain. Learn to roll with it or you'll spend your whole life afraid. Maybe you end up in a nice home, maybe ya end up in a high-kill shelter. The only thing for certain is ya gotta eat, and ya gotta nap (and hopefully find some time to enjoy some 'nip!) - everything else is luxury.


These are uncertain times. No one knows what the world will be like after this pandemic. Well, I know what MY world will be like - food, naps, grooming, naps, catnip, naps, playtime, naps... being a cat is pretty much the pinnacle of existence.


As far as your school goes, this is a great time to metaphorically whip your claws out and get ready for whatever life throws at ya; because when you're ready for hell, it's easier to roll on through. Talk to your school and potential University and keep your brain in the books, so when Uni starts knocking, you'll be the one rocking! Good luck, but more importantly - be prepared!


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